Definition of Caulescent. Meaning of Caulescent. Synonyms of Caulescent

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Definition of Caulescent

Caulescent
Caulescent Cau*les"cent, a. [L. caulis stalk, stem: cf. F. caulescent.] (Bot.) Having a leafy stem.

Meaning of Caulescent from wikipedia

- Examples include some species of Agave, Oxalis, and Attalea. Antonym of caulescent (possessing stem) accrescent Increasing in size with age, such as a calyx...
- Commonly known as ****ebores (/ˈhɛlɪbɔːrz/), the Eurasian genus ****eborus consists of approximately 20 species of herbaceous or evergreen perennial flowering...
- taproot is left intact. Another kind of protection is provided by the caulescent rosette, which is part of the growth form of the giant genus Espeletia...
- dequeue, enqueue, queue †caudicula caudicul- caulis caul-, col- stalk, stem caulescent, caulicle, cauliflorous, cauliflory, cauliform, cauline, choux †cauliculus...
- Angrae**** ramosum is a small, caulescent species of orchid, native to Mauritius and Réunion....
- different parts of the world have evolved a growth form known as the caulescent rosette, characterized by evergreen rosettes growing above marcescent...
- daring p****ion". USDA Plant Database Again: Taxonomy Of Yellow-Flowered Caulescent Oxalis (Oxalidaceae) In Eastern North America J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas...
- Coastal Plain. Its preferred habitat is mesic forests. It is a small, caulescent, perennial herb that has purple-striped white flowers in the spring. "Viola...
- soft-tipped yucca Spanish bayonet Spanish-dagger tree lily Yucca gloriosa is caulescent, usually with several stems arising from the base, the base thickening...
- atropurpurea, Cr****ula cultrata and Cr****ula pubescens. All of these species are caulescent perennials in the Cr****ula section Globulea, with woody branches, visible...
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